It is uncertain as to when Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt will play football again. But when he does, the team will understandably bring him back slowly. Head coach Mike Munchak said Friday that while Britt is getting better every day in his knee rehab, he could start the season on a "pitch count." Munchak doesn't know when Britt will return to the field. Until then, he remains on the active/PUP list.
So here's what you need to know about Kenny Britt: He's undergone three knee surgeries in the past 11 months, including one on each knee during this offseason. He has yet to fully recover, and no one seems to know for sure when he will be 100 percent again. He's likely facing a multi-game suspension due to all of his run-ins with the law, and he was arrested for DUI just last month. And then once he gets past the rehabbing and the suspension and he's finally ready to give it a go, Britt will probably see limited snaps for a while. To put it lightly, Kenny Britt is a huge risk in fantasy drafts.